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Four Ways to use Cleansing Milk

Four Ways to use Cleansing Milk
Caro Dooling
Writer and expert7 years ago
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The beauty of ESPA products are you can mix, match and tailor in 101 different ways to suit your skin and body needs whenever and wherever you want.

One product you probably wouldn’t have considered however, is our Hydrating Cleansing Milk. By no means a one trick pony, our therapists have some ingenious uses for this versatile little cleanser:

1. With Water

If you like the idea of a milk cleanser but prefer to use water to cleanse your skin, the Hydrating Cleansing Milk can be splashed off with water just as easily.

Great for dry or sensitive skin that may find the use of cotton wool pads or muslin too abrasive, you’ll be able to reap the benefits of milk as well as those of water.

Without leaving a trace of residue, the Hydrating Cleansing Milk can be used just as successfully in both ways, and is also great for travel. Enabling you to cleanse on-the-go – decanting a little to use while flying, you’ll be able to deeply cleanse, leaving soothed and comforted skin no matter how long your flight without the need for water.

2. A Gentle Exfoliator

Great for sensitive skin, or simply if you find exfoliating uncomfortable, mix Refining Skin Polish with a little Hydrating Cleansing Milk as a gentle exfoliator once a week – allowing you to cleanse and exfoliate at the same time, maximising the benefits of both products.

3. An After Sun

Containing Sweet Almond, Soya Bean, Marshmallow and Chamomile, Hydrating Cleansing Milk is fantastic as a cooling, calming and soothing after sun – perfect to hydrate sun parched skin.

Keep in the fridge for an extra cooling boost.

4. On Baby’s Bottom

Mild enough to use on baby, Chamomile and Marshmallow are great at soothing and calming irritations such as nappy rash.

So if your skin is ever in need, feeling tight, irritated and in want of a little TLC, reach for the Hydrating Cleansing Milk.

Caro Dooling
Writer and expert
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